Here's your chance to own a young survivor with very low mileage.
This 1995 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 has been pampered so well, that the
9,289 mileage is not a typo. That means buying this loaded V8, A/C,
and T-top coupe from us will almost feel like driving out of the
Chevy showroom over twenty years ago.
There's no mistaking the fourth-generation Camaro Z/28, with its sleek pointed hood that hides the LT1 power underneath. The factory Bright Red is a great attention grabber, and it's as shiny as the day it was new. That's because this F-body has been expertly maintained for over two decades to make sure that it continues to be a valuated collector's item. So even if you do decide to keep this pristine Chevy for an investment, the T-top will lure you out for plenty of starry night cruises.
Step inside, and it feels like 1995 all over again. The carpets, door panels, and the dash are still fresh and crisp. Plus, the back seats have never seen a child's sticky fingers. The black leather buckets in front are both grippy in the corners and comfortable for all-day drives. Plus, yours power adjusts to the perfect driving position. They even put a cover over the steering wheel so it wouldn't get any markings during the very few times this car has seen the open road. Starting to get the picture here? This Camaro is thoroughly original right down to its factory build sheet and owner's manual. One of the reasons why this one was a good candidate to be a time capsule is because it's loaded. That means power windows, power locks, key-less entry, tilt wheel, and cruise control. The premium factory AM/FM/CD stereo with Bose speakers have been supplemented with two 12-inch Pioneer subwoofers. When you take a look at the form-fitting custom work that adds these to the trunk (complete with Z28 embossed in the cover) you'll almost swear Chevy offered these bass boosters since day one. Plus, a modern classic means modern safety features like dual air bags and anti-lock brakes. But your favorite feature will be the cold air conditioning, because after all, you want to stay as cool as you look while driving with the T-tops out.
A modern classic means modern fuel-injected power. The Z/28 package gave you a 350 cubic-inch V8 that was shared with the contemporary Corvette. The Gen II LT1 motor was rated at 275 hp for the Z/28, and since this Camaro is a perfectly preserved survivor, of course the engine is numbers-matching. In fact, because you're going to talk about how much of a survivor this car is, you'll love showing off the exceptionally clean engine bay with all the factory decals still in place. More advantages of a modern classic include the convenience of a four-speed automatic, which provides enough gears to be quick off the line, as well as cruise comfortably on the highway. Plus, this Z/28 has the benefit of four-wheel disc brakes, power steering, and grippy Goodyear Eagle RS-A tires.
This caliber of collector car also needs the right paperwork. So it not only comes with the aforementioned factory build sheet and owner's manual, but also the sale includes the original warranty card, service manual, and title documentation. Plus, the maintenance records prove that this ultra-low mileage car has been taken care of properly. So yes, you really can get the best of everything - high horsepower in a meticulously preserved package - all for an outstanding price... but only if you're the first to grab this deal. Call now!
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